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Leadership Column: How Is Your Morning?

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 Many effective leaders begin their days before the rest of the world. They wake up very early. They invest in themselves before the workday begins. They plan and organize. How is your morning? For many busy leaders, their days are filled with meetings, coaching others, group problem-solving, receiving and making phone […]

2024 Final Four Experience

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 My wife and I had a great experience at the 2024 Final Four in Phoenix, AZ. The four teams competing for the championship this year were NC State University, Purdue, University of Alabama and the University of Connecticut (UConn). We started the weekend with a three-hour tour of the Men’s Final Four […]

Good News: Boston Red Sox Gifts Game Tickets to Entire School

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 The Washington S.T.E.M. Elementary School recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of its partnership with Stop & Shop’s Food Pantry Program. To celebrate, Triston Cases, first baseman of the Boston Red Sox, surprised the school with 500 Red Sox tickets to be used during a field trip at the start of the […]

2024 StudentCPT Leadership Conference Recap

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 The 2024 StudentCPT Leadership Conference (SLC) was held in Louisville, KY, at the Omni Louisville Hotel, from June 3-5. This year’s conference theme was “Empowered to Lead,” focusing on the resources StudentCPT provides and how the journey to being an ethical leader empowers students at work, on campus and in their […]

Viable Leadership Podcast Update

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 The Viable Leadership Podcast hosted by NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) President Alfonzo Alexander launched in March! With each episode, listeners gain access to the industry’s ethical leaders, as they share their thoughts on how to foster sustainable leadership in the professional space.  Recent guests include CPT Founder David […]

2024 Annual Golf Classic

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing, empowering and promoting ethical leadership in business, institutions, organizations and young professionals. Through initiatives like the Student Center for the Public Trust (StudentCPT), the CPT provides valuable resources to college students across all disciplines, enhancing their […]

2024 Ethics in Action Winners Announced

Ethics Matters Q2 2024 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) 2024 Ethics in Action (EIA) Video Competition received 58 submissions represented by 18 institutions. The annual competition welcomes submissions from September-March, is open to all U.S. colleges and universities and is not limited to institutions with a StudentCPT chapter or institutions participating in […]

The Viable Leadership Podcast Episodes

Episode 1: What IS Viable Leadership?  In this episode, NASBA Center for the Public Trust President (CPT) and Viable Leadership Podcast Host Alfonzo Alexander answers the question, “What IS Viable Leadership?” Alexander breaks down the mission of the CPT and its commitment to develop, promote and empower ethical leaders and discusses how Viable Leadership will provide […]

Janice Gray Shares Her Winning New Year’s Eve Experience

Ethics Matters Q1 2024 In past years, we have purchased items at NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) Fundraisers and have always enjoyed the items we have “won.” The NCAA Men’s Final Four was great, and our stay at the Hermitage in Nashville was a memorable experience. However, our trip over New Year’s Eve […]

CPT Attends HBCU Balance Sheet Bash 

Ethics Matters Q1 2024 Alfonzo Alexander, NASBA Center for The Public Trust (CPT) President, visited students and spoke about sustainable leadership this quarter through a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) initiative called the Balance Sheet Bash. The event was organized by Jeannine Birmingham, CPA, President and CEO of the Alabama Society of CPAs (ASCPA). […]